A student can take an Accelerated Reader quiz either through Renaissance Learning’s student portal or through the AR Student iPad application. The Accelerated Reader program does not allow a student to take a quiz from home. A student must complete all program tests and quizzes at school.
The difficulty of the Accelerated Reader quiz depends on the test that is being taken because different books have different levels of skill. All of the books in the Accelerated Reader system are listed with a reading level and students choose books that are within their reading level.
Students can take an Accelerated Reader practice quiz by visiting the Renaissance Learning website, Renaissance.com, and navigating to the sample quiz page. Renaissance Learning is an online resource that produces diagnostic quizzes in reading and math for students.
The difficulty of anAccelerated Reader quiz will depending on the test taker's reading comprehension skills. Practice quizzes are available online from resources like Renaissance Learning that can help the student gauge the difficulty of the test.
In order to take a Renaissance Learning Accelerated Reader book quiz, a student must first choose a book to read from the list of Accelerated Reader compatible titles in the learning resource company's BookFinder list. As of 2015, the list contains more than 140,000 age-graded book titles, including
Accelerated Reader quiz books are currently unavailable separately from the program's online databases. The rich variety of books available for quizzing through AR makes it difficult to compile all of the quiz solutions in one book.
Accelerated Reader is a computer reading program that provides books and magazines for students to read along with quizzes that match the reading material, according to About.com. The program is designed to motivate students to read, while allowing teachers to track student reading progress.
According to Reading Specialist Heidi Songs, ways to help with accelerated reading tests include stopping a child while reading to ask them to draw pictures concerning what is happening in the book and asking as many reading comprehension based questions as possible when reading with a child. Additi
Teachers are allowed to view the answers to teacher-created assessments in Accelerated Reader. It is impossible to view answers to other test types because the questions are randomly picked based on each student's skill level and choice of reading material.
As part of the Accelerated Reader program, students read a book of their choice and then take a brief comprehension quiz. The results of these quizzes provide insight for students, teachers and librarians who then set goals and give directions for each student's reading plan.